If you would like to deepen your understanding of the topics covered on this blog, I recommend the following books:
From Enemy to Brother by John Connelly
Describes the decades-long process that led up to the Second Vatican Council (described above). The book describes the infiltration of the Catholic Church by Jewish and some Protestant “converts” who then worked to alter the church’s teachings from within; and, in particular, to make them more friendly towards Jews. After they had accomplished their goal through the reforms of Vatican II, many of these “converts” then lapsed out of Catholicism altogether. The fact that the book is broadly philosemitic in outlook makes the account of the facts it provides all the more compelling.
See some extracts from the book here.
Understanding the Jews, Understanding Antisemitism by Hervé Ryssen (link)
A concise introduction to the “Jewish problem”.
Against our Better Judgement by Alison Weir (Amazon UK)
An eye-opening account of the behind-the-scenes Jewish influence-mongering that led to the creation of Israel, with chilling details of some of the barbarities committed against Arabs, Christians and even Jews.
Jewish fundamentalism in Israel by Israel Shahak (link)
A compelling insight into the strangeness of Jews.
When Victims Rule (link)
Making the “mystery” of antisemitism not so mysterious.
You Gentiles by Maurice Samuel (link)
A revealing insight into the mentality of Jews.
The Blank Slate by Steven Pinker
Chronicles the corruption of real science by the Cult of Equality.
Goliath by Max Blumenthal
Shocking account of how non-Jews are treated by the Israeli state.
A People that Shall Dwell Alone
Separation and its discontents
Culture of Critique
Kevin MacDonald’s trilogy of books on Jews are the Rosetta Stone that make many mysteries comprehensible. If you’re only going to read one book cited on this page, let it be Culture of Critique, where he documents the obsessive Jewish lobbying that opened America up to non-European immigration, setting its European diaspora community on the course towards minority status.
200 Years Together by Alexander Solzenhitsyn
This was Solzenhitsyn’s final book. It has still not been translated into English, an astonishing testimony to Jewish power given that had won the Nobel prize for literature and was well known even by the standards of Nobel prize winners. Parts of it have been translated into English by non-professionals and made available on the web (here), but it is rumoured a professional translation is forthcoming. It has been translated professional into some other languages. A French version can be found here (link).
UPDATE: This now is available in English, as an ebook and in paper form. (Amazon link)
Traditional Jewish Attitudes Towards Poles by Mark Paul (link)
This is a refreshing push back against the standard Jewish narrative of Evil Antisemitic Poles. It documents the contempt the Jews felt for the Poles, the astonishing separateness of their lives in Poland, a separateness that, far from being something imposed on them by antisemites, was something the Jews themselves insisted on. Jewish support for Communism, for foreign invaders and for foreign rule is also covered.
The Third Way by Mark Durie
Durie is an Australian Anglican priest. Through a detailed examination of its doctrine and history, he ruthlessly lays bare the barbarity that lies at the heart of Islam, but somehow manages to retain a sense of mildness and compassion while doing so.
The Truth About Muhammad by Robert Spencer
Spencer is by far the most serious of the Counterjihadists (or Counterjewhadists as I now tend to call them), having devoted serious study to his topic. Although he is not Jewish, he does receive a salary from the Jew David Horowitz, which perhaps accounts for the lack of interest he has shown in exploring the deep historical connections between Judaism and Islam. Despite this, his books are well worth reading.
Churchill, Hitler and the Unnecessary War by Patrick Buchanan
Or how Churchill destroyed European civilisation.
Churchill: The Greatest Briton Unmasked by Nigel White
If you still think Churchill was a great leader, you need to read this book.
Adolf Hitler by John Toland
A compelling factual chronicle that avoids discursive moralising.
The Great Debate: Edmund Burke, Thomas Paine, and the Birth of Right and Left by Yuval Levin
At an amazingly early stage, Edmund Burke grasped the destructive potential of the ideas being espoused by the French revolutionaries. This book documents his intellectual struggle with one of the leading members of the Equality cult, Thomas Paine. It offers insight into how our modern political culture is still shaped by the French Revolution.
Guns, Germs and Steel by Jared Diamond
This is a classic Jewish, anti-European hate narrative. Diamond reveals his anti-European racism early on when he claims primitive tribespeople on Papa New Guinea are genetically more intelligent than Europeans, an argument that would have resulted in instant career termination if it had been made the other way around. Despite this, the book is worth reading as the most substantive attempt yet to refute the biggest intellectual problem the Equality Cult has: explaining why Europeans have been able to create prosperous and free societies around the world and almost no non-Europeans have been able to do the same. In short, Diamond argues that a series of geographic accidents allowed Europeans to develop settled agriculture at an earlier stage than other peoples, giving them an advantage they used to dominate the earth.
Esau’s Tears: Modern Anti-Semitism and the Rise of the Jews by Albert Lindemann (review)
This is a compelling narrative of antisemitism and how it came to be. Pushing back against the claims now being made by Jews that antisemitism is a mystical, inexplicable phenomenon, almost demonic in character, which has nothing to do with Jews themselves, Lindemann shows how Jewish actions have provoked antagonism among Gentiles across the centuries.
White Identity: Racial Consciousness in the 21st Century by Jared Taylor
If you still believe America is a paradise of multiracial harmony, this book will open your eyes.
10,000 Year Explosion: How Civilization Accelerated Human Evolution by Gregory Cochran and Henry Harpending
Explores some of the same territory as Pinker’s The Blank Slate, but more aggressively attacks the notion that all the peoples of the earth are genetically identical, which is the core dogma of the Cult of Equality. Many people alarmed at the consequences of Muslim immigration into Europe are still trapped in the notion, a residue of political correctness, that the only problem is their incompatible culture. This book explains the interconnectedness of genes and culture, showing how our culture rests upon a genetic substrate.
A Troublesome Inheritance – Genes, Race and Human History by Nicholas Wade
A brave attempt by a former New York Times journalist to defy the claim that “race” is nothing but a social construct. Of course he came in for a tirade of criticism.
An account of how the Jews came to control Hollywood and used it to advance their ethnic purposes.
The Nameless War by Archibald Ramsay (link to book) (related article)
Ramsay was a Scottish Member of Parliament imprisoned without trial for most of the Second World War, suspected of collaboration with the enemy. In this book, he argues that Jews have been behind most of the major revolutions in European history and that their machinations brought about the Second World War. Some of his claims need to be taken with a pinch of salt, but the book nonetheless contains some interesting ideas and information worthy of further exploration
Conventionally hostile to the Nazis, the author nonetheless makes an earnest attempt to understand how it was that they saw their own vision as ethical. In the course of exploring this issue, much interesting information is conveyed.
This book is about the modern islamisation of Europe through immigration and the blindness of the ruling class in allowing it to happen and even promoting it. The title is a play on the foundational text of conservatism, Edmund Burke’s Reflections on the Revolution in France, which he wrote in response to the French revolution. Caldwell’s book doesn’t delve much into the ideological roots of Islam focusing more on practical events. If you have followed my blogs, you will already know much of this, but it’s still of interest as a kind of mainstreaming of the Counterjihad consciousness. Incidentally, this is also a good wake-up book to lend or give to someone who isn’t “Islam-aware”, aka a “normie”.
Takes apart one of the most cherished parts of multicultural mythology: the supposedly happy and fruitful convivencia between Muslims, Jews and Christians in Muslim-ruled Spain
A short demurrer to the Jews by William Prynne (link)
This book was written in the time of Cromwell when a debate was underway about whether the Jews should be readmitted to England. William Prynne argued that they should not be.
Written in antiquated language, it requires some patience to work your way through it. But it is fascinating nonetheless and shows the “Jewish Question” is older than some people claim it to be.
This list of books will be continually updated.